Clontarf is the next stop for new World Twenty20 champions Sri Lanka.
Their next international fixture will be the first of two one-day internationals on May 6 and Kumar Sangakkara, who hit an unbeaten 52 in his final game for his country in the shortest format, is expected to play in front of the Irish fans.
In the final, Sri Lanka reached India's 130 for four with six wickets and 13 balls to spare.
Meanwhile, England were blown away by Australia in the Women's final, falling to a six-wicket defeat.
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